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Bacteriocins of lactic acid bacteria

Bacteriocins of lactic acid bacteria

microbiology, genetics, and applications

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Published by Blackie Academic & Professional in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bacteriocins.,
  • Lactic acid bacteria.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Luc de Vuyst and Erick J. Vandamme.
    ContributionsVuyst, Luc de., Vandamme, Erick J., 1943-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR92.B3 B353 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 539 p. :
    Number of Pages539
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1394110M
    ISBN 10185861032X
    LC Control Number93001320

    Most starter cultures belong to the lactic acid bacteria group (LAB) and recognized as safe by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). However, LAB may act as intrinsic or extrinsic reservoirs for antibiotic resistance (AR) genes. This fact may not constitute a safety concern itself, as the resistance gene transfer is : Yenizey M. Álvarez-Cisneros, Edith Ponce-Alquicira.   Abstract. Lactic acid bacteria produce a variety of bacteriocins that have recently come under detailed investigation. The biochemical and genetic characteristics of these antimicrobial proteins are reviewed and common elements are discussed between the different classes of bacteriocins produced by these Gram-positive by:

    Book: Bacteriocins of lactic acid bacteria. + pp. Abstract: The 12 chapters of this book give details of the following: antimicrobial proteins: classification, nomenclature, diversity and relationship to bacteriocins bacteriocins Subject Category: Chemicals and Chemical Groups. Lactic Acid Bacteria Bacteriocins and their Impact on Human Health. Todorov, S. and Chikindas, M.L. Probiotics, Vitamin D, and Vitamin D Receptor in Health and Disease. Battistini, C., Nassani, N., Saad, and S.M.I., Sun, J. B-Group Vitamin Producing Lactic Acid Bacteria: a Tool to Bio-Enrich Foods and Delivery Natural Vitamins to the Host.

    Fermentation factors influencing the production of bacteriocins by lactic acid bacteria: a review. Sahar Abbasiliasi a, Joo Shun Tan c, Tengku Azmi Tengku Ibrahim dg, Fatemeh Bashokouh d, Nagasundara Ramanan Ramakrishnan e, Shuhaimi Mustafa ab and Arbakariya B. Ariff * bf a Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Cited by: Lactic acid is the most abundant, followed by acetic acid, whilst LAB can also produce ethanol, bacteriocins, aroma compounds, exopolysaccharides and some enzymes. Earlier the production of fermented foods and beverages was obtained on a spontaneous fermentation, due to the microflora naturally present on the raw by:


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Bacteriocins of Lactic Acid Bacteria is based on the Annual Meeting of the Institute of Food Technologists held in Dallas, Texas. It describes a number of well-characterized bacteriocins and, where possible, discusses practical applications for those that have.

Introduction. Bacteriocins comprise a huge family of ribosomally synthesized peptides that have antibacterial activity towards closely related strains [1,2], although there are an increasing number of bacteriocins reported to have broad range antimicrobial activity [3,4].In the past decade, interest in bacteriocin research, especially from lactic acid bacteria (LAB), has gained great momentum Cited by: New Class II bacteriocins are frequently identified, and they are found among bacteria, mostly lactic acid bacteria (LAB), in a great variety of ecological niches such as cereal, milk, and meat-based foods and feeds, different kinds of silage and plants, and the intestinal tract of animals including humans.

Recently, bacteriocins from lactic acid bacteria have been studied intensively from every possible scientific angle: microbiology, biochemistry, molecular biology and food technology. Intelligent screening is going on to find novel compounds with unexpected properties, just as has happened (and is still happening) with the antibiotics.

In fermented foods, lactic acid bacteria (LAB) display numerous antimicrobial activities. This is mainly due to the production of organic acids, but also of other compounds, such as bacteriocins.

Bacteriocins of Lactic Acid Bacteria is based on the Annual Meeting of the Institute of Food Technologists held in Dallas, Texas. It describes a number of well-characterized bacteriocins and, where possible, discusses practical applications for those that have been defined thus far from the lactic acid Edition: 1.

Classification of bacteriocins from lactic acid bacteria. There are a large number of bacteriocins isolated from nature. Some databases have been created to compile this information (e.g., van Heel et al.

).In addition to published bacteriocins, the repertoire of molecules hidden in the genomes that have not been isolated yet represents a valuable source of novel compounds with great Cited by:   Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) constitute a heterogeneous group of microorganisms that produce lactic acid as the major product during the fermentation process.

LAB are Gram-positive bacteria with great biotechnological potential in the food industry. They can produce bacteriocins, which are proteinaceous antimicrobial molecules with a diverse genetic origin, posttranslationally modified or not Cited by: Bacteriocins from Lactic Acid Bacteria J Mol Microbiol Biotechnol ;– sausage and sourdough [Foulquié Moreno MR, Leroy F, De Vuyst L, unpubl.

results] (fig. Because of the. The classification of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) bacteriocins is frequently revised as the diversity increases and more bacteriocins with novel features are characterized, but the main distinction is made between the Class Ia lantibiotics, which undergo post‐translational modifications, and the Class II non‐modified by: 3.

Bacteriocins of Lactic Acid Bacteria (Food Science & Technology International) - Kindle edition by Dallas G.

Hoover, Larry R. Steenson. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Bacteriocins of Lactic Acid Bacteria (Food Science & Technology International).Cited by:   A large number of new bacteriocins in lactic acid bacteria (LAB) has been characterized in recent years.

Most of the new bacteriocins belong to the class II bacteriocins which are small (30– amino acids) heat-stable and commonly not post-translationally modified.

While most bacteriocin producers synthesize only one bacteriocin, it has been shown that several LAB produce multiple Cited by: bacteriocins to control uropathogens, with a view to limit clinical use of antibiotics.

Keywords: bacteriocins; lactic acid bacteria; uropathogens 1. Introduction Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) are a group of Gram-positive, non-spore forming, cocci or rods, catalase-negative, and fastidious organisms, with high tolerance for low pH [1–3]. LAB are Cited by:   Bacteriocins are heat-stable ribosomally synthesized antimicrobial peptides produced by various bacteria, including food-grade lactic acid bacteria (LAB).

These antimicrobial peptides have huge potential as both food preservatives, and as next-generation antibiotics targeting the multiple-drug resistant pathogens. The increasing number of reports of new bacteriocins with unique properties. Recently, bacteriocins from lactic acid bacteria have been studied intensively from every possible scientific angle: microbiology, biochemistry, molecular biology and food technology.

Intelligent screening is going on to find novel compounds with unexpected properties, just as has happened (and is still happening) with the : Luc De Vuyst. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Antimicrobial proteins: classification, nomenclature, diversity, and relationship to bacteriocins / Thomas J.

Montville and Alan L. Kaiser --Screening methods for detecting bacteriocin activity / Dallas G. Hoover and Susan K. Harlander --Biochemical methods for purification of.

The classification of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) bacteriocins is frequently revised as the diversity increases and more bacteriocins with novel features are characterized, but the main distinction is made between the Class Ia lantibiotics, which undergo post‐translational modifications, and Cited by: 3.

Antimicrobial proteins: classification, nomenclature, diversity, and relationship to bacteriocins / Thomas J. Montville and Alan L. Kaiser --Screening methods for detecting bacteriocin activity / Dallas G.

Hoover and Susan K. Harlander --Biochemical methods for purification of bacteriocins / Peter M. Muriana and John B. Luchansky --Applications. Bacteriocins of lactic acid bacteria: microbiology, genetics, and applications Luc de Vuyst, Erick J.

Vandamme Blackie Academic & Professional, - Medical - pages5/5(1). Relevance to human health. Bacteriocins are made by non-pathogenic Lactobacilli in the vagina and help maintain the stability of the vaginal microbiome. Research. Bacteriocins have been proposed as a replacement for antibiotics to which pathogenic bacteria have become ially, the bacteriocins could be produced by bacteria intentionally introduced into the patient to combat InterPro: IPR.

Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) are an order of gram-positive, low-GC, acid-tolerant, generally nonsporulating, nonrespiring, either rod-shaped or spherical bacteria that share common metabolic and physiological characteristics.

These bacteria, usually found in decomposing plants and milk products, produce lactic acid as the major metabolic end product of carbohydrate : Bacilli.Many strains of lactic acid bacteria produce antimicrobial peptides, bacteriocins, which are expected to be used as safe antimicrobial agents as well as food preservatives.

Since nisin A was recognized indiverse bacteriocins have been identified from various species of lactic acid bacteria.Lactic Acid Bacteria. Bacteriocins of Lactic Acid Bacteria. Challenges face the use of bacteriocins. LACTIC ACID BACTERIA: Microbiology and Functional Aspects, 2nd Edition.

Natural antimicrobials for the minimal processing of foods. Food fermentation. Probiotic Dairy Products. Research and .